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Dav

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How about adding a documentation area on the site?
« on: October 15, 2008, 11:02:03 AM »
I know this isn't a high priority at the moment, but think the quicker an official documentation (either wiki or page or at least a forum area) is started the better for the project (documentation is weakest area of the QB64 project, imo).  I think it may help bring in new users here too. Some people look over capabilities and examples first before bothering with using some new language.

I must say, great work with QB64 so far, Galleon. I've been looking for bugs to report with the latest version, but can't find any.

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Galleon

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Re: How about adding a documentation area on the site?
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2008, 01:24:38 PM »
I totally agree with you about documentation of QB64 features. I might add a Wiki-like interface to qb64.net for this documentation (as you suggested) and have it open for public editing to help get this process started. I'll also add a tutorials section to this forum and that will also help immensely.

"I've been looking for bugs to report with the latest version, but can't find any."-Dav
Well Qbguy's found 4 already (which to be fair don't affect the 99% of programs), but only one of them was introduced in the latest release, the others have been festering for quite some time. However, I'm glad it's working well for you and appreciate your support.

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